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David C. Herzog
  • 63, Male
  • Chicao, Il.
  • United States
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David C. Herzog's Discussions

Great Lakes Regional Puppet Festival

Started this discussion. Last reply by David C. Herzog Jul 15, 2014. 8 Replies

Great Lakes Potlatch 2013 Registrartion Forms

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Emory Aug 24, 2013. 1 Reply

Exhibit at the National Puppetry Festival

Started this discussion. Last reply by David C. Herzog May 1, 2013. 6 Replies

 

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Profile Information

Gender
Punch
Location
Chicago, Illinois
Relationship to Puppetry
Profesional for 40 years
What First Got Me Interested in Puppetry
My dad gave me a toy mexican marionette when I was four then after seeing the Stevens Puppets perform Sleeping Beauty when I was in second grade I decided I would be a profesional Puppeteer when I grew up
My Puppetry (or Puppet) Hero
Martin Stevens, Bil Baird, Burr Tilstrom, Phillip Huber ,Ronnie Burkett, Fred Cowan, Bill Fosser, Erica Melchior, Peggy Pierson Melchior, Hedi Schackelford Pierson Melchior, Rick Morse, Ollie DePriest, Guy Thompson, Jim Rose and about 100 others
If I Were a Puppet, I'd Be...
Behula Witch, or Billy Twinkle
More About Me:
57 year old resident of Chicago, other interest beside puppetry include commercial aviation, figure skating, and historical novels. My dog is Angel seven year old White West Highland Terrier Editor of The Puppet Patter the newsletter of the Chicagoland Puppetry Guild. I am also the Great Lakes Regional Director of the Puppeteers of America
My Company/Troupe/Group
Dave Herzog's Marionettes marionette variety shows for all occasions
Affiliations/Professional Organizations
The Puppeteers of America
Great Lakes Regional Director
The Chicagloand Puppetry Guild
Past President Vice President
Current Newsletter editor
Website
http://www.herzogmarionettes.com

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David C. Herzog's Blog

Puppet Friends in time of need

Posted on June 26, 2012 at 3:49pm 2 Comments

Dear Hubbers please rally your support around puppet hubber Tih Penfil , and her partner Shira, they have lost both of their Mother's within 48 hours of each other. A truly sad time for wonderful pupet friends

New show open

Posted on May 26, 2011 at 3:46pm 1 Comment

Yeehaw I just got back from my first performance of Dragon Days, and Knight Time. things went really well. I got lots of nice compliments and made no major Boo Boos during the show. The kids were great and I perform at the same school tommow for a different group. Bring on the summer I'm officially ready.

A sad day for Puppeteers of America

Posted on May 19, 2011 at 9:20am 0 Comments

On May 18th, 2011 two past P of A Presidents Rick Morse , and Paul Mesner both suffered the loss of their Mother's. Please keep these teo great guys in your thoughts.

Berwyn Avenue at the Raven Theater in Chicago

Posted on November 28, 2010 at 9:25am 0 Comments

Calling all Chicago area puppeteers. Don't miss Berwyn Avenue by the Von othal puppets playing at the Raven Theater through December 18 www.berwynavenue.com This is a great peice of puppet theater and shows waht ansemble wotk is all about.

Billy Twinkle by Ronnie Burkett

Posted on October 5, 2010 at 6:03pm 3 Comments

If any one out there is any where near Toronto this month don't miss Billy Twinkle Requiem For a Golden Boy at the Factory Theatre. I will be writing a full review soon. This is a great piece of puppet theatre and should not be missed. This is it's farewell run before being retired. Tuesday evening through Sunday at the Factory Theatre Toronto Ontario

Comment Wall (226 comments)

At 7:10am on April 7, 2009, chad harkins said…
Welcome To Puppet Hub This site is very interesting if you really interested in puppets and you learn alot about other puppeteers and you chat with them too. so i just wanted to welcome you and i'm the first one i hope you like it your puppet friend C h A D :o)
At 7:57am on April 7, 2009, Vixie said…
I think I briefly met you at the regional festival in 1994, I'm pretty sure you at least had some puppets on display. Do you do any regular shows or anything up there? I live 3 hours downstate, and would love to link up with some Chicago area puppeteers when I visit up there.
At 9:58am on April 7, 2009, Vixie said…
The 94 festival was in Troy, Michigan. I am planning a trip to the Chicago area mid May, would be great to meet any fellow puppeteers up there. I should know exact dates soon, I will let you know.
At 1:17pm on April 7, 2009, Brad Lowe said…
Well look who is here!
Hi David, Welcome to the Hub. Hope to see you soon buddy.
At 10:54am on April 24, 2009, Joseph Emory said…
Thanks David,
Grabbed them while on a layover in Detroit.
Again Thanks.
At 5:47pm on May 6, 2009, Joseph Emory said…
Again Thanks David,
I'll do that.
At 6:05pm on May 6, 2009, Joseph Emory said…
I did a search for apuppetshoforall and did not find them. Is there another name they are under?
Thanks.
At 11:56pm on May 8, 2009, Joseph Emory said…
Wow. They missed out. Not sure if they even had a full penny on that thought. I know his talent was a beautiful thing. I remember Fred talking one time to Jimmy and I early 70's. He stated that Jimmy's talent to create such moving charectures and My ability to write such moving music, that we should never let anything get in the way of our growing advancing those talents. I always felt that I failed his advice as I never really took that drive through. I still play and write but never really pushed it. Like Jimmy did. Sometimes wonder the what if's. Thanks for sharing that :)
At 10:46pm on May 19, 2009, Brad Lowe said…
Hi David,
We had a great turn out for the event. Lots of good pickins! DPG made $650
We did sealed bid, straght, silent and yes, our scotch austion. We have been doing it for years and when DPG hosted the 2002 festival, we brought the auction to Pokagon. we needed to raise money for the region and festival. It would be great fun to hold another auction at Pokagon. . It is always a good time for all. In the past we held the auction in February, but this year it was in May. It paid off because the weather was good and we had a large group attend. I will be posting pictures of the event on the DPG web site soon. Have you tried an auction for the Chicago Guild?
At 12:08pm on May 20, 2009, Phillip Huber said…
HI David,
Love the photos of your stage! Very well done.

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